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5-31-2009 @ 2:57PM
Good investigative work, Adam. Her explanation smelled fishy, yet some people were willing to buy it because we didn't have proof that she was lying about 7 different authors. I think this is all the proof you need, not to mention the fact that it had already been established she's a chronic liar.As somebody on the forums posted, chronic liars don't just suddenly start telling the truth when they're confronted with their lies. They just fabricate even more elaborate explanations.Ferarro gives herself way too much credit for the importance and popularity of her blog, and if she really thought people would buy this Metal Gear-esque explanation of a secret society of bloggers, she probably has some serious identity and self-esteem issues. At best she was a moderately well known blogger within the Paladin community, who was best known for being "hawt," and even received a lot of ridicule and accusations of being an attention-seeker before this incident. Outside of the Paladin community, she was basically an unknown or at best "the girl who leaked the WotLK box art." I'm just fascinated by the lengths some people will go for the stupidest of things. Two years of pretending to be somebody they aren't to gain a moderate amount of "street cred" in the WoW Paladin community? If she's really that great of a resource, she shouldn't have needed to sell it with a fabricated backstory of being an hot girl who works for Blizzard.
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